Faster And Longer-Lasting Smart Watches From Tag Heuer
A smaller Connected Caliber E4 model and a funky battery charge console are included in the two new models
Smartwatches from Tag Heuer have been upgraded to last even longer, offer twice the data transfer speed, have a new charger display console and have a better screen with enhanced color definition and contrast ratio. Tag Heuer introduced the Connected Caliber E4 smartwatch collection in 2014 in two new models. They come in 45 mm and 42 mm sizes, with the new caliber E4.
Since the bezel is tucked under the crystal and angled toward the case, the 42 mm screen seems just as large as the 45 mm. A digital press release from Tag's Connected Watch director Teddy Florent said the smaller model is designed for users who enjoy elegance but still want to stay connected.
A 45mm sportier model, on the other hand, has a bezel with a marked minute track and ceramic insert, reminiscent of Tag Heuer sports watches like Aquaracer and Autavia, but with a more noticeable bezel. What is really a big watch feels less chunky on the wrist because the bezel and case slope down to the wrist. As well, the crown has been coated in rubber, so it can be adjusted easily, even with just a fingertip.
The chronograph-like pushers on both models have a streamlined appearance, giving the watch a more mechanical feel. For the 45mm model, Tag also provides a titanium case option, a connection between the Connected series and its luxury mechanical sports watches. With the Riverside face design, time elapses as an animated background constantly moves.
A Wear OS by Google operating system is used by both watches, and Bluetooth 5.0 is used, which doubles data transfer speed over the third-generation Connected series introduced in 2020. Furthermore, the 45mm model has a 30 percent longer battery life than the previous version, while the 42mm model lasts for a full day. It doubles as a console stand, and you can charge your watch while it's charging, so it's a cool bedside table clock. In addition to a five-hour weather forecast, you'll get current wellness stats like swimming charts, cycling charts, golf charts, and running charts. With an avatar-like fitness coach, you can do guided workouts too.
There is a new trade-in program from Tag Heuer that gives customers preferential access to the latest generation models, along with trade-in credits for some existing Connected watches, so don't worry if your existing model is out of date. Customers can also upgrade to Wear OS 3 for free when it becomes available. The older models will be recycled.
In support of the new series, Naomi Osaka and Sydney McLaughlin will appear in an advertising campaign. A 45 mm black DLC titanium watch costs $2,550. A steel watch with a rubber strap costs $2,050, and a steel bracelet costs $2,250. A 42 mm watch costs $1,800.